Two years after a human rights complaint, a chain of water parks in Quebec and Ontario has quietly changed its rules about acceptable swimwear.
Groupe Calypso Valcartier altered its regulations earlier this year to allow women to go topless.
Newspaper Le Droit discovered the change in regulations which treat men and women the same.
Calypso and Valcartier’s dress code now states, “bathers of all genders are required to wear an appropriate swimsuit bottom.”
The water parks are not allowing people to wear thongs or transparent clothing and reserve the right to determine what is appropriate.
The parks do allow burkinis and hijabs in all pools and some rides, but not on water slides
curator’s note Another win for topless equality this one in Canada